We have 10 basic designs to choose from, and roughly 10 000 variations to each one

In other words, no one builds a standard house The designs are templates only to give you a basic idea of what can be done and for how much
Brewer 2

Brewer design

Click on the drawing (Left) to go to the flyer which outlines the number the inclusions and features.
Hobie

Hobie design

Click on the drawing (left) to go to the flyer which outlines the number of models available, the inclusions and features.
Dillon

Dillon design

Click on the drawing (left) to go to the flyer which outlines the number of models available, the inclusions and features.
Quigg

Quigg design

Click on the drawing (left) to go to the flyer which outlines the number of models available, the inclusions and features.

In 37 years we have not built one of these designs, as standard. Every person is different and everyone wants something unique. It’s best to use these floor plans as a rough template, to start the design process. Everybody makes changes. Rooms can be added or made larger and wider decks added. Larger windows can be adapted to take advantage of the views. We can turn a normal pitched roof into rounded one., Put a skylight into a roof that normally doesn’t have one. Clients can even swop certain design features from one design to another
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As we said in the sloping site section, but it’s worth repeating Because of the views the entire design must revolve around the views with as many habitable rooms as possible. Living, family, dining and kitchens are the priority rooms, but if we can position a few bedrooms onto the views, so much the better.


We take open plan living, to the extreme. Large covered deck areas are essential and ideal for barbecues as they are usually the entertainment centre of the house especially if they are close to the kitchen and dining areas. Privacy is another important factor. You tend to be much higher up off the ground than other neighbours to start with , plus the house us usually another 2,5 M up off the ground. Building above ground level also allows natural breezes to flow under the house and makes for a cooler environment.

Building on the natural contours of the land means less impact on the site as excavation is kept to a minimum. This also eliminates the need for ugly and expensive retaining walls. The degree of slope on your site helps us determine whether we opt for a flat, split or 3 level floor, configuration. (See drawings)

The degree off slope on your site, helps us determine whether we opt for a flat, split or 3 level, floor, configuration  (See below)
Gradual Slope

Gradual slope
Reverse split level floor

Moderate Slope

Moderate slope
Single level floor

Steep Slope

Steep slope
Split level floor

Gradual Slope

Very steep slope
3 level floor

Moderate Slope

The presentation or appearances of the house

You only get one chance of a first impression So we include a black and white 3D sketch drawing of your home on your site. So you don’t have to guess what the house is going like, when it’s finished.
Granny Plan 1 Granny Plan 2

Room to extend

Only minor excavation is required underneath a section of the house which leaves an area for a double carport or garage plus an additional area that can be screened with a variety of materials. This area can be permanently built in during initial construction or built in later to include more bedrooms, rumpus, office, work shop or even a granny flat. We have included some granny flat floor plan suggestions which may appeal to some home owners who want to rent the lower section of the house for additional income. It could also be used as a separate accommodations area for relatives.